French, Jackie
June 2008
Australian Women's Weekly;Jun2008, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p204
The article features the garden that was designed by Wendy Whiteley down by Lavender Bay in Sydney, New South Wales. The garden has wooden seats, a macadamia tree, flowers like African daisies, fishbone ferns, and Gymea lilies, sculptures, paths, and terraces. Whiteley said that some people express their enthusiasm on gardening but they never seem keen enough to come and help weed.


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